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The vinceunlimited website is currently being re-coded and this phase of the project has not yet fully commenced.

The Adventure page is a new section in the vinceunlimited universe designed to collate all the relevant stuff off the site for a particular type of reader, in this case the adventurous sort.

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Rebuilding The Dream

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These are the first articles originally written and published in October 2003 in the original version of the vinceunlimited web site and represented opinions at the time, based on contemporaneous knowledge. They are reproduced below updated but essentially unedited.


Author: Vince Poynter
Version 5.045 27 Dec 17
First published: Version 5.045 27 Dec 17
Earliest articles: Dated from Version 1.00 in Oct 2003



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Queen Elizabeth 2





QE2 - Properly Crossing The Atlantic

A long story of a transatlantic cruise on board the magnificent Queen Elizabeth 2

Photograph down the side of the QE2 passing under Brooklyn Bridge

In some ways I felt a bit of a fraud.

It was only exceptional circumstances that led me to be able to savour the delights of crossing the Atlantic the 'proper way'. Sure I could afford it if I really wanted to, provided a few other luxuries were forsaken. And I had previously figured that one day I may part with the thousands needed to make the trip. But I would probably be a lot older. Much like the other guests queued in the bleak warehouse that Cunard seemed fit to welcome their clients onto the most sought after ship in the cruise business.

The few tri-colour balloons did nothing to enhance the surroundings and the shabby makeshift desks which processed us out of America seemed cheap and tatty. It was the last I would see of cheap and tatty for the next six days.

I had an opportunity to live on board the magnificent Queen Elizabeth 2 ocean liner for a week at a fraction of the normal cost and snapped at the chance with immense enthusiasm.

I would travel the four thousand miles from New York to her home town of Southampton living the millionaire dream


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Author: Vince Poynter
Version 5.034 8 Dec 2017
First Published: Version 1.00 Oct 2003
Images and tags added in Version 5.034 8 Dec 2017